A little bit of story:
I was planning on buying an SSD for my (old) laptop and wanted to know my laptop SATA ports. I plan to replace it with the optical drive using a caddy.
After a bit of research, I got to know that a SATA 3 connection efficiently uses an SSDs' speed. I was wondering what type of port my Optical Drive is connected in.
I referred to this answer, and I know that if a motherboard is SATA 3 based, then every port is SATA 3 (I might be off on the statement).
However, HWiNFO reports something else.
What does this actually mean? Does my motherboard have different SATA connections? Will I be able to replace the Optical Drive with the SSD to avail its benefits?